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  1. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #430

    Seem to be a lot of after-market TPM 2.0 devices out there.

    https://www.amazon.com/tpm-module/s?k=tpm+module
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  2. dencal's Avatar
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       #431

    I don't think there will be many "INSIDERS" able to get W11....That is unless they get a more up to date PC.
    Crafty move by M$....Lots of W11 software sales, certainly not a freebie for the majority.
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  3. Compumind's Avatar
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       #432

    f14tomcat said:
    Seem to be a lot of after-market TPM 2.0 devices out there.

    https://www.amazon.com/tpm-module/s?k=tpm+module
    Yep. So what looks free isn't really.

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  4. Posts : 34
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       #433

    Watch what is next for Windows event on June 24, 2021-w11-free.png
    Okay; neat.
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  5. boombastik's Avatar
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       #434

    tpm 2.0 only support uefi with csm disabled so good luck with that.
    I am disappointed even my haswell asrock z97 will left outside.
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  6. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #435

    Many older mother boards have a connector for a discrete TPM, and they can be swapped out, many Intel CPUs already have an integrated TPM 2.0 too.
    TPM 2.0 Library | Trusted Computing Group
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  7. sgage's Avatar
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       #436

    The 'PC Health' thingy said that my computer can't run Win11 - it's only 2 years old FFS! I am not buying a new computer for Win11.

    They never said that Win10 was the last version of Windows there would ever be. They said Win10 was the last version of Windows you'll ever buy. They were right, at least in my case! Looks like Win10 is the end of the line for me.
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  8. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #437

    Compumind said:
    Yep. So what looks free isn't really.

    Who said "there's no such thing as a Free Lunch"

    Remember way back when a Software company called "the Last One" who wrote some sort of Interpreter that worked on MS DOS and sort of programmed automatically by asking questions etc so you didn't need any experience in coding whatsoever - the program would generate the code said "This is the last software you'll ever have to buy". Company didn't last very long but was interesting at the time.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  9. Compumind's Avatar
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       #438

    Here's a simple way to quick check your system for TPM and the version:

    Press Windows+R to open a run dialog window.
    Type tpm.msc into it and press Enter to launch the tool.

    On some PCs, itís possible to disable the TPM chip in the computerís UEFI firmware or BIOS.
    If the TPM chip is disabled at this level, itís deactivated and wonít appear in Windows - even though your PC actually has the hardware.

    HTH

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  10. larc919's Avatar
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       #439

    f14tomcat said:
    Seem to be a lot of after-market TPM 2.0 devices out there.

    Amazon.com
    Provided your motherboard has the necessary connector for a TPM 2.0 module. One of mine doesn't.
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